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It is a tradition at OHS to honor every student who finishes the year with an 85 average or above. Almost 50% of the entire senior class has an average of 85 and above. There are 41 students whose final averages are in the 90's. This is a testament to the academic achievement of this year's graduating class.
The averages of the top ten students for 2013 are separated by only fractions of a point. These students were also honored recently.
5- Calley Lynch
Congratulations to everyone who will be graduating in June!
On Wednesday April 3rd, the candlelight induction ceremony for current juniors into the National Honor Society was held in the OHS Auditorium. The inductees were: Cameron Buell, David Carroll, Rachel Coons, Jenna Didio, Mark Gillmeister, Jackie Johnson, Tayloe Karst, Daniel Keck, Krista Kennedy, Tyler Kuhn, Rachel Labrecque, Rachele Markle, Serena Masner, Mitchell Mccormick, Michael McCormick, Victoria Mondi, Zachary Murray, Steven Patricia, Hannah Scanlon, Christopher Spencer, Kayla Stannard, and Christian Zombek.
Each student was asked to pick a teacher that has made a difference in their lives to introduce them. A special thank you to the teachers that were part of the ceremony: Mr. Steve Dunckel, Mr. Dewayne Cronk, Ms. Renee Gleason, Mrs. Mary James, Mr. Adam Litwak, Mr. Thomas Kirkpatrick, Mr. Jason Fuller, Mrs. Teresa Costello, Mrs. Jill Gallagher, Mrs. Jacqueline Moyer, Mr. Matthew DeDominick, Mrs. Kelly Laemmermann, Mr. John Zamperetti, Mr. Todd Hicks, Mr. Matthew Shene, Mrs. Heather O'Connell and Mr. David Wright.
Technology students have spent the last two years designing and building their own electric vehicle for the CNY electrathon competition. This competition takes place every spring at Watking Glen Raceway.
Electrathon is a type of Electric Marathon in which the winner is determined by how far you go in a certain time with a given amount of battery power. Electrathon class competitions use specific design rules to ensure safe and fair competition. Electrathon events are held around the country and are an exciting new environmentally progressive sport.
The goal of Electrathon is to provide a learning experience that will build public awareness of the capabilities and potential of efficient electric vehicles. Developed around specific rules designed to keep cost down and competition high, these unique vehicles offer an opportunity and challenge to experiment, learn, and compete.
Students raced their vehicle against 17 other school teams from all over New York State. The team was required to pass a safety inspection prior to racing, and also required to change drivers halfway through the race.
“I think it was a great experience for the students who attended. Even if they weren’t a driver, each student played an integral role in building and troubleshooting the vehicle up to and even during the race. I hope that we can make this an annual event for Oneida High School.” - Mr. Wright, Electrathon Team Advisor
The product development life-cycle and design process are used to guide and help the students reach a solution to the selected problem. This course allows students to apply all of the skills and knowledge learned in previous Project Lead The Way courses. The use of 3D design software helps students design solutions to their chosen problem. This course also engages students in time-management and teamwork skills, a valuable skill set for today's students.
This year the EDD class designed and developed a prototype adirondack chair, while the carpentry class, built additional chairs off the prototype. One of the chairs will be raffled off on June 5th. Tickets are $5 each or $10 for 3. Proceeds go to materials costs for past and future projects. The adirondack chair is valued at $700.00, but sells for $450 from Mr. Straczuk at the high school.
The Oneida City School District uses SchoolTool as its Student Data Management System. A component of this system is a secure, web-based portal for accessing student’s grades, attendance and other information. The District will be providing parents and guardians of students in grades 6-12 access to information in SchoolTool through the Parent Portal as a way of encouraging participation in a child’s education and improving communication between students, parents/guardians, and District Staff.
Ms. Melinda Bowe
Mr. John Elberson, President
Ms. Deresa Durkee, Vice President
Mr. Robert Group
Mr. Hank Leo, Jr.
Ms. Alicia Lippert
Mr. Michael Romano
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March 12, 2013
May 21, 2013* – Budget Vote/Board Election
The Registration Office is located at Oneida High School, 560 Seneca Street, Oneida. The office is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7:30 - 3:30 and Tuesday, Thursday 8:30-4:30 during the school week. Parents can contact the registration office at 315-363-6901 option 4 to schedule an appointment for grades K - 12 registration.